Tropical Island Survival Vacation



Have you ever wanted to test out your survival skills, without having to actually go through a SHTF situation?  One travel company is hoping to make that happen.  Docastaway will take you to a remote, uninhabited tropical island and leave you there to test out your survival skills.

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They have a variety of options for how primitive you can go, ranging from small resort accommodations to nothing but a simple straw hut (food and water not included).

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“We have dedicated several years to exploring the most uninhabited and isolated tropical corners of the planet with the aim of discovering the most remote islands, those which remain a secret and still completely untouched by western influence.”

What do you think about Docastaway?  Would you ever want to take a tropical island survival vacation?  Let us know in the comments.

If you want to have a vacation that is unique and full of challenges, then you can try out a tropical island survival holiday. Docastaway offers an exciting opportunity for the preppers and survivalists who want to find out if they really have the skills or are simply want to know what they can do when SHTF.

This is a travel agency like no other. Docastaway has locations all over the world but the catch is that they are all in remote islands. What this means is that tropical island survival adventures are waiting for you. Choose from different levels of isolation from medium, high, very high to extreme. Medium isolation levels provide small but modern houses with the amenities you’re used to. Extreme isolation entails that you are alone in the island without any food or shelter. You would have to set up your own shelter and find/hunt for food to eat.

Those who are not in for a topical survival experience can go for the Comfort Mode Experience where the locations are more of resorts than isolated islands.

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  1. Scrivner

    July 21, 2015 at 11:00 AM

    Did they consult with WWII vets who served in the Pacific?

  2. Rene Ortiz

    July 21, 2015 at 12:11 PM

    Hello my name is Rene Ortiz i would be interested in spending time to survive in the island. My email reneo20@hotmail.com you can send me information i am from Puerto Rico.

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